Health and Safety Chat

Smart Safety Solutions become EMA consultants.

Steve Schroder

20 March 2017

It is no secret that Susan has a good name in the health and safety industry.

She is renowned for being able to provide practical health and safety solutions to businesses of all sizes, and with her 18 years in the industry, she has been around long enough that she has a wealth of knowledge to draw upon when giving advice to customers.

So, it was with excitement that, shortly before Christmas, Smart Safety Solutions began negotiations with the Employers and Manufacturers Association (the EMA) to partner with them and offer our consulting services to their members.

you do need to be able to do is be able to prove that you are taking all reasonable and practicable steps to manage the health and safety risks in your business.

But what does this mean for your business? Well, if you are an EMA member then not only will you receive all the benefits of the EMA services, but now you will be able to access all Smart Safety Solutions’ skills and experience in health and safety! We believe that the synergies between our businesses will greatly benefit all EMA members.

But don’t worry if you are not an EMA member! You can still get in touch with us directly, as we still offer our same level of service to all clients that are not members of the EMA.
At Smart Safety Solutions, we specialise in customised safety systems for businesses, to make them relevant to both your business and your employees. If you think that your systems need work or you simply want a second opinion, then give Steve or Susan a call today and see how we can help you.

Remember, safety just doesn’t have to be that hard.

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